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Stylize

The effects found under Stylize are color grading options that change your videos more drastically than regular color grading.

Go to the Control tab with a clip selected in your timeline and click the Plus icon next to Effects. Choose Stylize.

Cartoon

Smooths colors and extends lines over edges to create a drawn cartoon look. You can make adjustments to the amount of detail as well as the size and color of the edges.

You can also make adjustments to the brightness and saturation (how bright the colors are) of your image from this effect.

cartoon pro

Here’s what it looks like:

cartoon preview

Emboss

This effect creates the look of a clay imprint.

The Direction control will adjust where details are added to the image.

By turning down the Blend Amount you can bring some of the original color back into your image.

Turning up the Contrast will make it look like the lines in your image are deeper.

Turning up the Edge Width will make the lines thicker.

emboss pro

Here is a display of the effect

emboss preview

Find Edges

This effect keeps only the edges of your image.

You can use Invert to switch from a black background and original edge colors to a white background and inverted edge colors.

Find Edges

Here’s what it looks like:

Find Edges preview

Glow Darks

This effect adds a glow effect to the dark areas of your image. There are adjustments for the intensity of the effect, and you can even adjust individual color channels.

Glow Darks

Here’s what it looks like:

Glow Darks preview

Leave color

This effect desaturates your image, except for one color which you choose.

leave color pro

Here’s what it looks like:

leave color pro preview

Oil Painting

This effect makes your image look like an oil painting.

oil painting pro

Here’s what it looks like:

oil painting preview

Photorama

This effect lets you choose between 4 different types of photo distortions.

photorama pro

Here’s what it looks like:

photorama preview

Posterize

This effect reduces color detail to create blocks of color instead of a gradual shift between tones. There are a number of settings you can use to adjust the intensity of this effect.

posterize pro

Here’s what it looks like:

posterize preview

Solarize

This effect looks like a film negative that’s been exposed to light.

solarize pro

Here’s what it looks like:

solarize preview

Threshold

This effect reduces your image to color 1 and color 2 (they are white and black by default, but you can change them).

threshold pro

Here’s what it looks like:

threshold preview

Tint

This effect shifts dark and light areas of your image towards colors you choose.

Amount to Tint: Dragging this slider will adjust the tint level.

tint pro

Here’s what it looks like:

tint preview